Weston to Cardiff Ferry Service, then Flatholm Island to Land with MW Marine Ferry Services
Welcome to M W Marine, we provide a range of marine services in the Bristol Channel. We are based in Weston Super Mare and have over thirty years’ experience in operating a broad range of different vessels and small ships mainly around the Bristol Channel and the Islands of Flatholm and Steepholm.
Where do we sail from?
We sail & return from the Barrage South Landing, this is just south of the Barrage locks (Penarth Side) immediately opposite the Barrage Car-Park (Postcode) CF64 1TT from the same landing stage as the Bay Water Taxis etc go from. Tip: Go to Google Earth, zoom in to the Cardiff Barrage and you can see it birds eye view.
(Please note that we can be delayed by busy lock operations or weather/tides)
We sail & return from the small slipway at the end of Knightstone Causeway, this is just across the road from Stones Cafe (Postcode) BS23 2AD There is usually plenty of parking available at the Melrose Car-Park, this is opposite the large Granite Arch on the promenade some 200 yards from the ship. Tip: Go to Google Earth zoom in to Weston's Knightstone Island / Sea-front and you can see it birds eye view.
We are taking bookings for:
Cruise around Steep Holm then land on Flatholm ( From Weston Summer only) see sailing schedule.
Weston - Cardiff Ferry Service day in Cardiff (Shopping) or Land on Flatholm from Weston or Cardiff. (Year round) see sailing schedule.
Fishing Trips to Flatholm Island (Year Round) see sailing schedule. We can normally fit you in on any of our schedulled sailings to do this but you will need to bring your own gear, bait & tackle. Please call for more info. 01934-636734
Fishing Trips on Flatholm Island Tel...01934-636734 to enquire, or check the sailing schedule and use the booking form to book.
Cruise around Steep Holm Island then land & explore Flatholm Island for 6-7 hours.
( Summer Months )
( April - October )
Bristol Queen..........A historic Clyde Ferry built by W M Denny & Sons of Dumbarton as ‘Leven’ in 1938 she has had wide ranging career so far, serving as ferry on the Clyde for the Caledonian Steam packet Co Ltd, s